The University of Pittsburgh's signature building is the Cathedral of Learning. A key feature of the Cathedral are the Nationality Rooms. Little know or used is the early American room. Tucked away on an upper floor, it is a recreation of an early settler's cabin. And little known to most numismatists, the room contains a display of early American coins donated by George H. Clapp. This file contains notes and information written at different times by local numismatists Glenn A. Mooney and Wayne K. Homren.
1) Photocopy of an article from an unknown publication titled "American Coins" by Marie McSwigan.
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